Not a Bad stadium for a non league club.
Prices and selection offered in the Birger bar are quite good. Tickets were £12 for adults but that's about average for teams in this division. Had 2 stands and the rest outside.
Would go again.
I am a Stamford fc fan. It's got a great attacking team, great food, a great bar, great friendly supporters - noisy on the kop specially in the second half (Come on the Reds!), a great atmosphere, great parking, a great ground, a great experience, to sum it up, what's that word, ah yes, GREAT! The only drawback, after you've been here, the rest of your life will be anticlimax!
What a great place and location. Plenty of parking. Always clean and tidy. Located on the outer skirts of Stamford.... tarmac carpark with a grass overflow should it be busy... other activities on site...
From the formation of the club in 1896 until the end of 2014 the club played on Hanson's Field in Kettering Road, St Martins. When the Burghley Estate, owners of the land, decided to redevelop that site for housing a new stadium was built in conjunction with the nascent Sports Institute of New College, Stamford at Borderville on Ryhall Road, to the north of town. The stadium has a terrace behind one of the goals as well as an all-seated stand along one side of the pitch with room for 300 spectators.
The first game at the Borderville ground was on 13 December 2014 in a Northern Premier League match against Nantwich Town. The highest attendance at the Borderville ground is 1,572 set on 10 July 2019 when Stamford played League One side Peterborough United in a Pre-Season Friendly.